Issue 14 and Volume 1891 9.

Miscellaneous. The Board of Public Improvement at Cincinnati, Ohio, has recommended obtaining authority from the legislature to issue bonds for $300,000 for continuing street improvements. Plans have been filed in the New York Building Bureau for the construction of a new court house on the southeast corner of Sylvan place and 121st street, for the use of the Harlem police and civil courts. The building is to be constructed of brick, with brown stone trimmings. It will be four stories in height, 100 x 100 feet xi inches in extent, and will cost $200,000. The Sparta (Ill.) city council will submit to a vote the question of issuing bonds for the sum of $20,000 for the permanent improvement of streets. Eugene H. Perrot, city clerk of Danbury, Conn., died on 1 uesday after a lingering illness, of consumption. He was forty years old. When Danbury became a city he was…

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